Intel CPUs at risk from new ‘Snoop’ attack

Intel CPUs at risk from new ‘Snoop’ attack

A new attack that can leak data from a CPU’s internal memory or cache has been discovered which affects many popular Intel processors. The “Snoop-assisted L1 Data Sampling” attack, or Snoop for short, was first found by a software engineer at AWS named Pawel...
9 essential pieces of tech for effective remote working

9 essential pieces of tech for effective remote working

In the past week or so, many companies have turned to remote working as a temporary solution to the coronavirus outbreak. Whilst we’re lucky that many of our jobs can be done from the comfort of our own homes, as a manager, you might be concerned about how your team...
Google is halting new Chrome updates

Google is halting new Chrome updates

As people all over the world are now working from home due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, Google has made the decision not to add any new features to both Chrome and Chrome OS in order to keep its software running as smoothly as possible. In a tweet, the Chrome...
GitHub launches Android and iOS apps

GitHub launches Android and iOS apps

After announcing that it would release a mobile version of its developer platform last year, Microsoft’s GitHub has officially launched its native mobile app for Android and iOS. Now that the app is generally available, developers can use it to handle a number...